Follies and related buildings in an 18th century landscape, South Yorkshire

The garden landscape and home farm of Wentworth Castle Gardens ? built by Thomas Wentworth when he was disinherited in favour of his cousin at the family residence of Wentworth Woodhouse – comprises over 50 acres of gardens and 500 or parkland, featuring 26 buildings, monuments and follies, including the main house, all of which have been, or in some cases still are, the focus of a massive restoration project. Among them are Home Far, the Sun Monument, the Rotunda, the Ha Ha, and the roof of Wentworth Castle. Visitors can now climb the panoramic viewing tower of Stainborough Castle, the earliest Gothic folly built in Britain. The project is currently moving towards the second phase of restoration, which will focus on the much-loved Victorian Conservatory.